​In the first month since the launch of Fortnite Mobile, the variation of the wildly popular battle royale game, the game has made $25 million, according ​to a report from Sensor Tower.

Fortnite is second to Netflix in terms of amount users spend per day in the Apple store, then followed by Tinder and Pandora, according to the report. Epic Games achieved this despite the ​waves of scams plaguing the iOS invites.

Epic Games still hasn't announced a release date for Google Play, and the report suggests the mobile version of Fortnite could net Epic Games more than $500 million by the end of the year. 

Nevertheless, the hype around Fortnite continues to grow, as shown by ​its nomination against the multiplayer titan Overwatch for best multiplayer game in the Webby Awards.

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS also released a mobile version of its game in March. It had a leg up over Fortnite by not using an invite-only system and being available on Google Play and Android at launch, though PUBG was not mentioned anywhere in the report.

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